This summer you can preserve nature’s bounty by fermenting many different typs of foods. From vegetables and fruits to dairy and meat; pretty much anything can be fermented into a tasty, nutritious, long-lasting food.
Join us for this informative and fun workshop and learn how to make some popular fermented foods.
In this talk we will explore the work of Weston A. Price to find out what extremely healthy people across the globe were eating in the 1930s. These people had superb physical and mental health, near-perfect teeth, and they were happy! With a few modern adaptations we can eat like these people did and reach our maximum health potential!
-find out about super nutrient-dense foods
-find out what are the most nutritious foods for YOU (it varies)
-find local sources for high-quality food
Rockland County Weston A. Price Foundation Meeting
Winter is upon us and with it comes colds, flu and general malaise for many people. But it is possible to escape all this suffering year after year. It involves eating a diet rich in whole, unprocessed foods, avoiding junk food and sleeping well.
Combining this with several SUPER FOODS that are right for you can give your immune system the boost it needs to slide through winter sniffle-free. We will introduce these powerful super-foods and discuss other ways to strengthen your body’s defenses this winter.
Donations go to the Church and help pay for meeting supplies.
we will give you the tools to WOW Yourself With Stock!
Sunday, November 6th, 1-3 PM
Chestnut Ridge, NY
10$ fee for supplies
RSVP Required (respond to poll below)
The beauty of stock is one of those things that just needs to be experienced. Not only is it super good for digestion and adds many minerals to the diet, it also can transform dull cooking to “WOW!” cooking. In this hands-on workshop you will learn all about making a great stock. And this will be just in time for you to make a mouth-watering stock from that Thanksgiving turkey.
Part of the statewide Farm to You Fest celebrations of local food and agriculture, take a tour of the farm from our farm team and learn about what Rockland Farm Alliance and Cropsey Community Farm are doing to bring local food production back to Rockland.
Farm tours at noon and 2pm
Rockland Forager walks at 11:30 and 3:30
Cooking and ice cream-making demonstrations
Local apple cider and pumpkins
Tours and activities are free! A $10 donation is suggested.